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China tells India to respect 'border facts'


She can be seen teaching the soldiers how to say " Namaste ". The Defense Minister stood face-to-face and took a class of Chinese soldiers. she met Chinese soldiers on the border and then greeted them. From October 9, commanders and top officials of the Indian Army will undertake a 360-degree review of the battle readiness of the force as well as examine the "joint war" doctrine of the three arms of India's military in the bi-annual meet. Read More »

Texas Tech officer killed in shooting, campus on lockdown


Police were called for the reported shooting at 7:50 p.m. Monday to the TTPD building at 413 Flint Lubbock . Lubbock station KCBD reports from police that the campus is on lockdown and everyone on campus "should take shelter in a safe location". Read More »

School Children Fall Ill Due To Inhaling Toxic Fumes In Shamli


The anxious parents and relatives of children rushed towards the school and people gathered outside hospitals to know about the wellbeing of their wards. The sugar mill, which emitted the deadly chemical, has, meanwhile, been sealed by the authorities. During the morning, the workers of the mill were spraying chemicals on the wastage and poisonous fumes emanated from the mixture. Read More »

Watch Strictly Come Dancing's show-stopping Disney dance


But Debbie appeared to struggle with keeping the elimination a secret, as she revealed she was "very sad" to see Reverend Richard Coles go. Speaking live on air, she said she was "very sad" to see them go, before she quickly realised her mistake and made up a freaky story to try and cover her tracks. Read More »

Girls' Generation Members Desert Stable

Tiffany , Sooyoung and Seohyun will pursue their own careers following their decision not to sign new contracts with their long-time agency. The five other members , Taeyeon , Yoona , Sunny , Hyoyeon and Yuri , on the other hand, have renewed their contracts . Read More »

Fukushima court orders TEPCO, state to pay compensation


The Fukushima district court's verdict was the second time the government has been ruled liable for the meltdown in eastern Japan , the world's most serious nuclear accident since Chernobyl in 1986. The Fukushima District Court said the government had failed to order Tokyo Electric Power improve safety measures despite knowing as early as 2002 of a risk of a massive tsunami in the region. Read More »

Realty Income Corp (O) Analysts See $0.76 EPS


The stock decreased 2.15% or $0.09 during the last trading session, reaching $4.1. It has outperformed by 12.42% the S&P500. Casey's General Stores, Inc. These inputs included a growing difference between net income and cash flow from operations, increasing receivable days, growing day's sales of inventory, increasing other current assets, decrease in depreciation relative to gross property plant and equipment, and high total asset growth. Read More »

Poland: 'The Rosary to the Borders'

Tens of thousands of Poland's Catholics gathered along the country's 2,000-mile border on Saturday, as they prayed the Rosary and asked God and Our Lady for the salvation of their nation and the whole world, in move some are describing as anti-Islamic. Read More »

Gunmen kill 2 in attack at Kenya university


Two staff members were killed and several students were injured in Kenya after gunmen opened fire at the Technical University of Mombasa's campus in coastal Kwale county on Tuesday, a police official and a witness said. "Armed men numbering about 10 emerged from the bushes and started firing at the van in front". "As a result two ladies who are staff of TUM were killed in the van". Read More »

If Tillerson called me a moron, 'we'll have to compare IQ tests'


He made the comment while speaking to the magazine on Friday. Trump prominently slammed the "fake news" report last week, though it came up again during an interview with Forbes . "We have a very good relationship", Trump said on Saturday. "I'm not undermining, I think I'm actually strengthening authority". Last week, NBC News reported that Tillerson called Trump a "moron" and threatened to resign during a meeting at the Pentagon in July. Read More »

Pak's retired SC Jugde Javed Iqbal appointed as new NAB chief


Speaking to media persons, Shah said the government and opposition parties have agreed on the appointment of Justice (retd) Javed Iqbal as the new NAB chief after the extensive discussions. The petitioner submitted that Justice (retired) Javed Iqbal was appointed without adopting the legal procedure laid down for the appointment of NAB chief. Read More »

Las Vegas gunman shot security guard before firing on concertgoers


Investigators have found 200 incidents of Paddock moving through the city, and at no time was he with anyone else, Mr Lombardo said. Police officers who started searching the hotel after the shooting began didn't know a hotel security guard had been shot "until they met him in the hallway after exiting the elevator", Lombardo said. Read More »

Deandre Harris, who was savagely beaten in Charlottesville, wanted in assault case

The circumstances behind the issuance of a warrant for Harris' arrest were not initially made public, but Charlottesville police promised an explanation following the arrest. His beating in a parking garage as a white supremacist rally took place was captured on video and received widespread attention. Deandre Harris, 20, is wanted for unlawful wounding in connection with an assault that occurred at a Charlottesville parking garage on August 12, police said Monday. Read More »

Las Vegas gunman shot security guard before firing at concert-goers


Investigators are still piecing together evidence left behind in the hotel room and probing Paddock's background to determine why the retired accountant committed the worst mass shooting in modern U.S. Authorities do not yet know what made him stop shooting. Charles "Sid" Heal, a retired Los Angeles County sheriff's commander and tactical expert, said the new timeline "changes the whole perspective of the shooting". Read More »

California's new drug price law is a win for consumers nationwide


SB 17 will provide the general public with invaluable information about drug prices and drug price hikes . Penalties for failure to comply with the new law range from $2,000 to $10,000 per violation. A new Maryland law takes aims at egregious price hikes on generic versions of older off-patent drugs that are supposed to be far cheaper than the original branded medicines after some companies took massive increases on generic drugs not facing competition from other distributors. Read More »

Former President Mahama Calls On Liberians To Deepen Democracy


Johnson Sirleaf, Africa's first elected female president who's governed the impoverished nation for the past 12 years, has thrown her support behind Vice President Joseph Boakai, 72. There is a glaring lack in just one area: after two terms of a female president just one woman is aiming for the top job - fashion model-turned-humanitarian MacDella Cooper. Read More »

Turkey's Erdogan supports Ukraine over Crimea


Russian Federation and Ukraine have been in a tug-of-war following Moscow's annexation of Ukraine's Crimean Peninsula and support for separatist rebels in eastern Ukraine. Erdogan said during Monday's visit to Kiev that Turkey will continue to support Ukraine's sovereignty and territorial integrity. Moscow and Ankara support different sides in Syria's civil war. Read More »

Las Vegas shooter's note contained calculations to maximise kills


Paddock , 64, unleashed a torrent of gunfire onto an outdoor music festival from the windows of his 32nd-floor hotel suite overlooking the concert on Sunday night, then shot himself to death before police stormed his room. "That's the one in this one, and we are not there yet", FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe said. The home was searched Monday by Las Vegas police serving a warrant issued by a local judge to look for weapons and clues to Paddock's motive. Read More »

Las Vegas Shooter Previously Booked Rooms Overlooking 2 Other Large Music Festivals


The horrific attack is now considered the deadliest mass shooting in United States history. As bullets began flying into a crowd of country music fans, a pack of 300-plus people ran about a mile to the Las Vegas airport, where they kicked down chain-link fences, hobbled over razor wire and were briefly mistaken by security officials for being attackers instead of shooting victims. Read More »

Stephen Paddock may have eyed Lollapalooza for an attack, report says


TMZ reported Thursday that Paddock booked two rooms at the Blackstone Hotel, located across the street from Chicago's Grant Park, during the same period as the four-day festival. Stephen Paddock is known to have booked a room during the Life is lovely festival in Vegas a week before he killed 58 people and injured hundreds. Read More »

Only One Thing Will Work: Trump on North Korea Solution


That prompted White House budget director Mick Mulvaney to spell out in black and white that there was no bail out in the works for Puerto Rico. Many thought the imitation was an insensitive jab at Puerto Rico and Hispanic culture, with some calling his pronunciation a sign of "prejudice", as well as "insensitive" and "mocking". Read More »

Based Conduent to create 5000 jobs in Vizag, signs MOU with Govt


Unlike the Cloud technology , Blockchain, is a de-centralised system that has gained significance, due to its hack-proof and transparent feature to ensure cyber security. Today, what citizens want is a new type of experience: one that is frictionless, seamless and we are excited at the role that contactless technology such as Visa payWave cards can play in enabling citizens across the state. Read More »

Reported tornado rips through Burke County Sunday night


Video shared by a FOX 46 Charlotte viewer shows a funnel cloud forming between Lawndale and Polkville. On Saturday evening's update, Foothills Weather Network (FWN) and the National Weather Service (NWS) tracked Hurricane Nate's trajectory through the Gulf of Mexico and up the Mississippi Coast, projected to blow northeast through McDowell and Western North Carolina. Read More »

Greek court clears United States extradition of Russian bitcoin fraud suspect


US authorities accuse Vinnik of running digital currency exchange BTC-e and of involvement in laundering money from criminal proceeds, charges he denies. request to extradite Vinnik at October 4 hearing. Bitcoin was the first digital currency to successfully use cryptography to keep transactions secure and pseudonymous, making it hard to subject them to conventional financial regulations. Read More »

Akinola Fires USA Past Ghana


Abdul Yusuf was stretchered off towards the closing stages of the game as Ghana were down to 10 after having used all their substitutes. He was later rushed to hospital in an ambulance after being unconscious. to secure qualification to the next stage of the competition. He slotted a neat finish past Ghana goalkeeper Danlad Ibrahim to propel the Stars and Stripes to the top of the group with two straight victories. Read More »